Stanislaus County Sheriff's deputy killed a crash on Sunday night when he was searching for Riverbank, officials said.
Representation of Antonio Hinostroza, No. 45 While Terminal Avenue and Claribel Road are looking for a driver for Riverbank police assistance, according to the Stanislaus County Sheriff's Office. The first answers were named Hinostroza dead.
Riverbank police 9:48 a.m. After a report from a cyclist on Oakdale and Patterson roads behind the wheel of the SUV, the deputies said. When the Court suspected that Jonathan Carrillo-Gonzalez was 30 years old, he escaped.
After escaping Gonzalez on foot, Spike strips disabled his vehicle at Fine Avenue and Modridge Cambridge Court, their deputies said. Then, the suspects fought with the deputies until the bean bag was less deadly.
Gonzalez was detained as a DUI, criminal charges and appeals against arrest, the deputies said. He has condemned at least three DUI in the last nine years and has held his license in July under driving agents, according to deputies.
It is not clear when it was screwed into the energy pollen by Hinostroza. California Highway Patrol is investigating collision.
Hinostroza was a 19-year-old veteran with Sheriff's Stanislaus Department. In January 1999 he worked as a council member. He was assigned to the patrolman at Stanislaus County Sheriff's head office.
Throughout his career, Hinostroza was a patron, K9 manager, detective gang, member of the SWAT team and intern in charge. The police officer was a Police Officer of the Ceres Police Department from 1990 to 1992, entering the United States Marine Corps until 1996. Before hiring Sheriff before hiring him, he was in charge of the police officer and was the sender of Waterford. Les Weidman.
Hinostroza leaves the son of an adult.
No other details were given.
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